Checklist of ferns and lycophytes from Parque Estadual Mata das Flores, Castelo, Espírito Santo, Brazil

@article{Schwartsburd2017ChecklistOF,
  title={Checklist of ferns and lycophytes from Parque Estadual Mata das Flores, Castelo, Esp{\'i}rito Santo, Brazil},
  author={Pedro Bond Schwartsburd and Cec{\'i}lia Vieira Miranda and Nelson T{\'u}lio Lage Pena and Marcelo H. Oliveira and Ronaldo Mota da Silva and Fabr{\'i}cio Marcolino},
  journal={Check List},
  year={2017},
  volume={13},
  pages={621-633}
}
We present a checklist of ferns and lycophytes from Parque Estadual Mata das Flores, a state park located in Castelo, Espírito Santo, Brazil. The park has an area of 800 ha, and its main vegetation is composed of dry forest (at 150–500 m elev.), and a small portion of wet forest (500–700 m), within the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest biome. We found 83 taxa, including 75 species, 3 varieties, 4 putative hybrids, and 1 cultivar. Among these, 17 are newly recorded from the Espírito Santo. Twenty… 
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